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The want for prosperity has the power to drive those who seek it to perform deliberate acts of corruption An identifiable act of corruption that served as the means for three men to obtain individual prosperity whilst causing another man to be condemned for life was the root for the predominant theme of corruption in The Count of Monte Cristo Each man who partook in the action of removing Edmond Dantes from his position of employment father and fiancee sought to gain prosperity in separate domains M Danglars in his occupation M de Villefort in his social standing and Fernand Mondego with the love of Mercedes Edmonds betrothed M Danglars was a man filled with vicious hatred and cruel intentions towards Edmond Dantes We will leave Danglars struggling with the feelings of hatred and endeavoring to insinuate in the ear of the shipowner Morrel some evil suspicions against his comrade referring to Dantes Dumas 14 The animosity felt by Danglars can be attributed to his want to be promoted from the position of supercargo to that of captain aboard the ship of his employment the Pharaon At the present time Dantes was the only person impeding his progression to becoming captain as he was the proclaimed successor of the late Captain Leclere Danglars secretly coveted this position and would go through any lengths to achieve it Idiot muttered Danglars whether she kills herself or not what matter provided Dantes is not captain 35 Danglars became so enthralled with his want for occupational prosperity that he conceived a plan alongside Fernand so devious that it would completely remove Edmond as an obstruction from his path to prosperity Danglars was going to engage in the indirect act of denouncing Edmond as a Bonapartist agent a charge that would lead to his unfortunate imprisonment Well then I should say for instance resumed Danglars that if after a voyage such as Dantes has just made and
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